PechaKucha Night to Discuss 
Race, Ethnicity and Culture

89.3 WFPL has partnered with PechaKucha for a night of short talks about race, ethnicity and culture in Louisville, to coincide with the Muhammad Ali Center’s newest exhibit, “Race: Are We So Different?” Now, I know what you’re thinking, “I can listen to someone talk about serious issues for only so long before my internet-riddled brain begins to eat itself alive.” But the PechaKucha talks are all about conciseness, with speakers allowed to show only 20 images and only 20 seconds on each, before their time is up. Presenters include a community organizer, a trans “Latinx” activist, founders and owners of nonprofits, a university professor, a Metro Louisville worker and a teen violinist.

Tuesday, Oct. 25

Muhammad Ali Center
7 p.m. | Free